The k2i academy at the Lassonde School of Engineering was selected by the Ontario Ministry of Education to develop classroom-ready resources to support teachers across Ontario in their efforts to dismantle systemic barriers to opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
York University Professor Sheila Embleton was acknowledged for her work and contributions by Canadian Association of University Teachers and the Royal Society of Canada.
“What is refuge? How do we understand refuge and create it for ourselves and communities?” These were the questions posed to award-winning writers Billy Ray Belecourt and David Chariandy at the second annual Smyth Dialogues.
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It’s a rare experience – even for seasoned lawyers. But a select group of students at Osgoode Hall Law School can now add the Supreme Court of Canada to their resumes through their work on a case that will be heard Nov. 29.
Professors Jennifer Bonnell and Sean Kheraj published a new open access book exploring the ways that historians study and analyze the histories of animals.
Performed by students in all years of York’s undergraduate program in dance, this series engages with social justice-oriented themes of resistance and rebellion.
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Monkeypox spreading to urban wildlife could lead to repeated outbreaks, shows mathematical modelling study
Mathematical modelling research in the Faculty of Science, in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada, shows that it would become difficult to control monkeypox outbreaks in a metropolitan area if the virus were to spill over into wild animal hosts, such as rodents.
Recently, a group of researchers from the Lassonde School of Engineering successfully designed and prototyped an affordable and simple device for the detection of microplastics.
In this role, York University Associate Professor Mattias Hoben will evaluate day programs that provide care and support to older adults living with dementia.
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Twenty-seven years in the making, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design Film Professor Ali Kazimi’s documentary about an autonomous Indigenous people’s struggle to overturn their legal extinction is set to receive its global premiere.